It is the intention of the General Assembly that if this act cannot take effect in
its entirety, because of the judgment of any court of competent jurisdiction holding
unconstitutional any part or parts thereof, the remaining provisions of the act shall
be given full force and effect as completely as if the part or parts held unconstitutional
had not been included herein.
It is the intention of the General Assembly that, if any court of competent jurisdiction
shall hold unconstitutional any provisions of this act transferring to a department,
board, commission, or officer, the powers and duties heretofore exercised and performed
by another department, board, commission, or officer, the provisions transferring
such powers and duties shall thereby become inoperative, and that, in such event,
the department, board, commission, or officer, heretofore exercising such powers and
performing such duties shall continue to exercise and perform them. The remaining provisions of this act shall, in any such case, be given full force
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